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The South Worcestershire policing area is split into three districts – Worcester City, Malvern Hills and Wychavon – and serves a population of approximately 290,000 people. There are 32 local policing teams supported by teams of response and specialist police officers, police staff and Special Constables. The area command is in Castle Street, Worcester, and is headed by Superintendent Mark Travis.
In South Worcestershire we remain committed to promoting community safety, improving public confidence and satisfaction in policing services and protecting the public. We place great importance upon listening to the needs and concerns of our communities and seeking a clear understanding of what is important to them.
Over the next year and beyond, our aim is to work smarter, operate using streamlined processes and focus all of our efforts on serving and protecting the public of South Worcestershire in the best and most effective way that we can.
- Read the Joint Policing Plan, which includes the local priorities for South Worcestershire
- Read our service standards
The latest headlines from South Worcestershire are listed below. Keep up to date on all the latest local police news by clicking on 'related news' to subscribe to our RSS news feed.
21/05/2013 - ‘Twitterthon’ To Give Unique Insight Into Policing 21/05/2013 - Worcester Man Charged With Attempted Murder 21/05/2013 - Shrewsbury Murder Investigation: Family Tribute To Robert Barlow 21/05/2013 - West Mercia Police Featured In Channel 4 Documentary 20/05/2013 - Burglars Target Jewellery In Latest Offences 17/05/2013 - Violent Crime Continues To Fall Across West Mercia 16/05/2013 - Witness Plea After 22 Laptops Stolen At College In Worcester 15/05/2013 - Councillor Interviewed By Police 15/05/2013 - West Mercia Police Chief Officer Clarifies Force Position 14/05/2013 - Man Jailed For Historic Sexual Abuse Against Children, Evesham